We are currently undergoing a major upgrade/migration from old-hardware to new-hardware (Servers).
This is no simple process and it will require a break of service to our cusomers for a few days. Our plan is to re-enable access to you by close of business 22 May 2015.
During this process all access and service to the Weblink Portal will be broken.
We apologize for this inconvience.
We'll do our best to get things back on track ASAP
Munitions Safety Information Analysis Center (MSIAC) is a Member Nations' funded and directed NATO project office. Its goal is to help nations reduce, and eliminate, the risk to personnel and materiel from explosive incidents associated with our own munitions.
To help its member nations realise this goal, the project gathers, stores, exchanges, and analyses information and technology related to munition safety. Over the years MSIAC has played a central role in facilitating member nations efforts to design, develop, procure, and use safer munitions.
MSIAC works closely with the NATO Ammunition Safety Group AC/326 to help facilitate the development of policy and standards to ensure interoperability and standardisation in munitions safety.